|Titan Misfires In Test, Cape Canaveral, Florida - United States. Department of Defense|
"LSs, Titan missile on launching pad. Titan starts to rise, then drops back and explodes. Thick black smoke spreads over the area."National Archives Identifier: 28292
Keywords: Explosion; Titan (Missile); Missile launches; Guided missiles; Cape Canaveral (Brevard, Florida, United States, North and Central America) inhabited place; FUBAR
|U.S. Missile & Military Might - United States. Department of Defense|
Defense Orientation Conference Association presents "Leading From Strength" "US Missile and Military Might" National Archives shot list: "LS, Jupiter missile is launched. VS, entrance to Cape Canaveral, MP on guard. LS, four-engine drone plane takes off controlled by operator on ground. Bomarc missile is wheeled out of hangar. At control board, course of bomber is plotted. Bomarc is launched but purposely misses the plane...
Keywords: Vehicles, Military; Thunderchief (Jet fighter plane); Submarines (Ships); Starfighter (Fighter plane); Sparrow (Missile); Rocket launchers (Ordnance); Refueling; Polaris (Missile); Parachute troops; Nike rocket; Mortars (Ordnance); Missile launches; KC-135 (Tanker aircraft); Jupiter missile; Honest John (Missile); H-34 Choctaw (Helicopter); Guided missiles; Skate (Submarine); Enterprise (Aircraft carrier); White Sands Missile Range; George Washington (Submarine); Seawolf (Submarine); C-119 Flying Boxcar (Transport plane); Bomarc (Missile); Bell 47 (Helicopter); B-29 bomber; Bombing, Aerial; B-58 bomber; Atomic bomb; Atlas (Missile); Artillery, Self-propelled; Anderson, George W. (George Whelan), 1906-1992; Airplanes, Military; Air refueling of airplanes; Cold War; Airplanes; Precious Bodily Fluids